4 – Ben Jones-Bishop
Next up is Wakefield Trinity’s Ben Jones-Bishop. This Northern ‘Powerhouse’ had a superb season at Trinity last season, helping them to, arguably, their greatest season ever.
He owes his speed as well as sheer power to his strong form which has also kept him in favour with boss Chris Chester.
Scoring 20 tries in 27 appearances last season was a small demonstration of the danger this guy poses.
Further stats include 327 carries, 2881 metres and 30 clean breaks, the latter of which saw him produce the most for Trinity last season.
It was a fairly difficult call between him and Mason Caton-Brown, with him just edging it.
Plenty more to follow from either winger as they, particularly Jones-Bishop, will pose a serious threat heading into the new season.
3 – Fetuli Talanoa
Coming in at third is Hull FC’s big winger in Fetuli Talanoa.
Some might say he was overshadowed by the now departed Mahe Fonua, and with good reason considering the latter’s consistent Dream Team selection.
But Talanoa has always proved superb stuff for the Airlie Birds, his strong running and speed can cause havoc for any opponent.
That and his enthusiasm that has helped drive the Airlie Birds to greatness in recent seasons.
A low tally of tries last season from him, eight in 21 appearances but during his tenure, he has proved to be a fans favourite and will continue to be a hit in 2018.
Definitely more to come from the former International as he and Hull continue their surge as contenders.